Transformers Regeneration One Volume 1
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Transformers Regeneration One Volume 1

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The Transformers comic that began it all is back - with a
vengeance! 21 years have passed since Cybertron was restored to its former
glory, and finally there is peace. But, after millions of years of bitter civil
war, can all ever truly be one?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 168 x 250 x 11mm | 428g
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 1613775555
  • 9781613775554
  • 218,463

About Simon Furman

Simon Furman is a writer for comic books and TV animation, his name inextricably linked to Transformers, the 80s toy phenomenon. He has written literally hundreds of stories about the war-torn "robots in disguise," for Marvel Comics (US and UK), Dreamwave, and IDW Publishing. His titles for the latter include Transformers: Infiltration, Escalation, Devastation & Revelation; Maximum Dinobots; Beast Wars: The Gathering & The Ascending; Transformers: Stormbringer, Transformers: Nefarious and Transformers: Spotlight. His other comic book credits include Doctor Who, Death's Head, Death's Head 3.0, Alpha Flight, Turok, She-Hulk, Robocop, What If?, StarCraft, Wallace & Gromit, and Torchwood. In the TV animation field, Furman has written on shows including Beast Wars, Dan Dare, X-Men: Evolution, and A.T.O.M., and served as lead writer and script supervisor on The Matt Hatter Chronicles. Editorially, Furman worked on Titan Books' range of Transformers titles and their "Comics Creators" series. He is also the author of numerous books, including Rad Robots, Transformers: The Ultimate Guide, You Can Draw Transformers and a Doctor Who audio adventure ("The Axis of Insanity").
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Rating details

130 ratings
3.88 out of 5 stars
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4 32% (41)
3 27% (35)
2 8% (10)
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Reason for Reading: I used to love the Transformers comics and cartoon plus I loved the first movie. I was never a serious reader of comic books so not hooked on storylines but did pick up various issues here and there and loved reading them. This volume is a continuation of the original series which ended in 1991, I believe. It is 21 years later and the story picks up where it left off with what has been going on in the meantime and what the crisis is now. Loose ends from issue 80 are tied up and the first issue here is numbered 81. It helps if you have read the old comics as many references are made to past events with asterisks referring you to specific issues anywhere from 1-80, though mostly #'s 75-80. As a "guy on the street" fan of the Transformers I loved the story, and while not all that familiar with the history knew enough of Transformer lore to understand what was going on. Fans will be thrilled with the return of many familiar faces from the past and of course, we are not disappointed with the ultimate Optimus Prime vs Megatron battle at the end and the writer's don't go easy on our hearts either with a couple of deaths which seem to come far too soon in a story just started. Seems like a series that will be great fun for fans old and new. Quite appropriate for all ages as well who can handle the robot violence. Fun.show more
by Nicola Mansfield
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